But it is as useful for the field [of Shakespeareans] to ask ourselves how we behave just like everyone else on the web: puttering or sprinting or wandering along heterogeneous paths of habit, exploration, or avoidance that we share with others outside academia. ... Take this post as an invitation to expand on the question.I think it's healthy that this forum is off-site from blogs of the usual Digital Humanities crew, since it opens up a space for cross-disciplinary conversation. Anyway, check it out.
31 March 2010
Conversation about Digital Humanities & disciplinarity
A quick note to invite participation in a conversation about Digital Humanities and disciplinarity over at the blog linked up with Shakespeare Quarterly's forthcoming issue, "Shakespeare and New Media," currently under open review through MediaCommons. Katherine Rowe asks: